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about rachel carson and bismarck indicated last month on the 27th of september was the fifth year anniversary of "silent spring," which is the book that carson is probably most remembered for at this point in time, although she was a famous out there before she wrote "silent spring." i'm going to talk some more about that tonight. this is rachel. i love this photograph. this is the frontispiece of the book. i spent about seven months trying to find this photograph and arrange to reproduce it in a book. it was made by irving penn, the great 20th century portrait photographer from "vogue" magazine. it actually appeared in book magazine also took several months for me to figure out when and where. event, it was made inccccc 1951, so it hasn't been seen inc decades.cccc this is the last photographs of rachel carson and that this photograph of her ever taken. she would've been 44 years old in this photograph and i think it's terrific. it's not crops. that's the way he photographed her. well, looking around this audience tonight, i suspect most of you know who rachel carson is,
on time for that. i'm here to talk about rachel carson and bismarck indicated that some of the 27th of december the 50th anniversary of silent spring. she was a famous author before she wrote "silent spring." i'm going to talk more about that tonight. this is rachel and i love this photograph. this is the frontispiece of the book. i spent seven months trying to find this photograph and arrange to reproduce it in the book. it was made by irving penn, the great 20th century portrait photographer verboten magazine and actually appeared in "vogue" magazine, although it took me several months to figure out exactly when and where.ccc any event committee was madecc in 1951, so it hasn't been seenc about six decades since the last photograph of rachel carson. by far the best photographs of her ever taken. she would've been 44 years old in this photograph and i just think it's terrific. penn actually shot it this way. it's not cropped. that's the way he photographed. looking around this audience tonight, i suspect most of you know who rachel carson is, but i can tell you generally that i
, remembering two environmental champion, john muir and rachel carson. all straight ahead on a second look. good evening and a welcome, i am julie haner. tonight we remember two environmentalist, and rachel carson's book silent spring and john muir bfs book's book the yosemite and wat an watson brought us this history in 2000 of yosemite. >> molding and carving yosemite. the signature on this sculpture was written by a 60 long glacier that chisels its way leaving yosemite valley in its wake. half dome, and all this right here in this small valley is almost too much to take in. it is enormous and about the size of the state of rhode island. almost 4 million people visited last year and you might be tempted to ask are we loving yosemite to death? greedy ravages of man have been the big threat. >> what we have here in yosemite, we have the best of the best and the worst of the wours. we have the scenery and the water falls and 800 miles of hiking trails. but we have hoards and hoards of people coming. so i think john muir never advocated keeping people out. >> the limits of transportation kept peop
, earl blue, they think it is the chiz el miz el. carson, thomas, hurry up with that batch. i promised to buy the product and a gentleman keeps his word. or one has a cap popped in one's as. >> soon downton will be connecting it with mad bitches and benjamins. (cheers and applause) im. >> yo, you got something in mind. >> carson, is someone addressing me? sorry. >> my lord, a mr. spider to see you. >> ah, yes, what can i do for you pie good man? >> listen, english muffin, where's my [bleep] tea. >> thomas, (applause) i'll take that [bleep] with some milk. >> naturally. once we have been reimbursed for our efforts. >> an why should i pay you, mary pop ins. i already got 9 receipts me. >> who gave you the recipe? >> i must have gotten it from mr. bates. i told you unreliable. >> but i never gave bates the recipe. >> no, wait. (cheers and applause) >> congratulations, my lord. are you now the key kingpin of your chair. >> yes, but it's a mixed blessing. as byron once said, mo money, mo quandaries. >> carson you dropped something. >> i can explain, my lord. >> you mother [bleep] (laughter)
what difficult times these are for theed raiders. carson palmer taking the heat during and after a loss to denver. palmer lost a fumble and threw an interception. the fumble came with oak lands trailing 16-7. oakland's record falls to three and ten and when things are going that bad you can expect a drum beat for a quarterback change. >> obviously he's made a couple of mistakes in the last few weeks but yet carson's been one of the reasons why specifically earlier in the year why we had a chance at certain games. i'm not down on carson at all. . >> the warriors tobt tonight in brooklyn are tied at 89 in the fourth quarter. >> thank you. thank you for you trusting us with. tonight on the 10:00 news, are holiday parties a sign of economic recovery. >> we'll see you tonight at 10:00. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow, you guys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah blah blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no. we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outle
to say about jim harbaugh after this game. and, how costly was this hit on raiders quarterback carson palmer. >>> hand and wrist injuries are the most common and expensive injuries. a county is addressing not only the cost but getting the patients back to work. >> from holding a baby to cradling a smart phone, our hands are in constant use. cutting, catching, getting work done, but also this eighthty can result in common painful hand problems. trigger finger, tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome. >> my first three fingers are numb and i have pain. >> it also hurts economically. 20% of all er visits are due to hand and wrist injuries, costing up to $740 million a year. >> show me where the pain is. >> now one bay area hospital is offering simple solution. at alameda county's high land hospital doctors can now perform certain hand surgeries in a new out patient clinic. >> bottom line, it saves m. it is easier on the patient. just going to be here for a couple hours instead of the day. >> it is really a win-win situation for everybody. >> you should feel a little pressure but nothing sharp
positive start for anna in season three. >> yes. and for carson, is stuffy old traditionalist he s all he wants to do is get two footmen in attendance at the dining table, he wants to get the staff levels back up to normal and have things go back to the way they were. >> rose: yes. >> grantham. >> rolls with the pumps and tried tries to make contain her even keel despite all of the crap her english family dump upon her. (laughter.) >> she does represent a certain class of american women at that time, who moved to english. >> are you surprised at the success of this? when you first read, did you think, oh, man i have to get in here because this is going to be great. >> i certainly felt, man who knows whether any project is going to -- >> it was a proper page turner by the end of the first episode, one that had been introduced to whatever it is 18 characters, very vividly and i think that fascination that i had upon reading it got translated on the screen and they want to know what happens next to those characters. >> rose: laid against the canvas of society. >> absolutely, well. >> and wh
-0 cleveland. carson palmer finds him, nice over the shoulder catch. 64 yards for the touchdown. 13-10. carson two touchdowns and a crucial interception coming right here in the 4th. kills the drive. raiders could have taken the lead on this drive. palmer a big mistake. 3-1/2 minutes to go and richardson waltzes in for the touchdown. 20-10. raiders fans let the team have it. they lose 20-17. 3-9, short week. they host denver on thursday night and that is it. we will see you later everybody. >> look at this picture that a viewer sent in. winds and rain from the storm, they knocked over a light pole. if you have pictures of storm damage send them to breakingnews@kron4.com. it is nice to have a break. >> absolutely. a break tonight and tomorrow and more wet weather tuesday. not bad. >> that is right. that is it for us everybody. have a good night. good bye. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow, you guys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah blah blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no. we h
to tell her story. in carson city. >> he is one of the toughest law men in the west and probably the most politically polarizing. some san francisco students made that clear when they wrote to sheriff joe about his hard line immigration stance. he planned to answer them in person today but that never happened. cbs 5 recorder linda yee asked the questions instead. >> reporter: he's america's toughest sheriff. joe admits he courts controversy. >> welcome to san francisco. >> reporter: he got a dose of that when drag queens invaded his dinner party. the sheriff is in town for a convention. he hoped to reach out to eighth graders at a middle school who sent him letters. students wrote in spanish their disagreement with his fight against illegal immigrants and his tent prisons in the desert sun. >> they called may racist. i just wanted to meet with the kids and tell them the truth. >> reporter: he had to set the set the kids straight but the district canceled the meeting. the rep said she was too busy but denied there ever was a meeting. the sheriff defends arizona law that allows his deputies
carson, nevada. >>> a man is in serious condition tonight after falling from the upper deck of the oakland coliseum after the first 30 minutes of tonight's raiders game. he fell from the upper deck onto the concrete below. police believe it was an accident. >>> high-end women's shoes worth more than $10,000 altogether were stolen out of a car in san francisco's mission district. the company representative who had the shoes in her trunk is asking whoever is responsible to return the high heels to authorities. >> llx/llq shoes are hand-made in italy and range up to $285. the online women's shoe company just launched in july specializes in plus-sized women's shoes from 10-12. on monday, 50 sample shoes were stolen out of the trunk of company representative johanna nielsen's car. >> there was no sign. forced entry. the last thing i did when i parked the car was to put the excuse down, and i covered it in the trunk area, and lock and leave. and when i returned, the trunk was locked, the issed door was open -- the side door was open. >> reporter: the thieves didn't know it, but
the onus on carson palmer. his numbers haven't been what they wanted. 30 interceptions, six fumbles in 2 games, including the big pick against denver. can't fault palmer as wide receivers are you can and banged up. but dennis allen is confident with his quarterback. >> i'm not displeased with carson. i think he would be the first to admit when he makes a mistake, and he understands the repercussions of making those mistakes, and he continues to work on a day-to-day basis to lead this football team, and he is one of the guys we have to lean on to good forward. >> mike: warriors on a road trip, winning last night in brooklyn, and today david lee and seth curry, a pregame race. didn't wear steph out. drains the three. continues his hot hand. fourth quarter, clay thompson knocking down threes. 91-85. david lee had a double-double last night. another one tonight. warriors lead right now 95-89. under 1:00 to play. we have the final score at 9:00 and 11:00. >> da la. >> well, proposal takes a wrong turn. how a ten-year-old helps discovery the mistake that could discovery the mistake that could
injury they put the ball in the hand of carson palmer. unfortunately the raiders have lost six games. palmer has 30 interceptions, six fumble losses, and a big pick within the five yardline against denver thursday night. can't fault palmer. receivers have been banged it. now the coach is looking at the future of the team. >> i'm not displeased with carson. i think he'd be the first to admit when he makes a mistake and he understands, and he continues to work to try to lead this football team and he is one of the guys we have to lean on to go forward. >> mike: the 11 year army and navy faced off in one of the fiercest rivalries in football. playing nor the commander in chief's trophy, handed out to the best team among the three service academies. both teams beat air force so the trophy up for grabs. navy trikes first, 7-0. midshipmen. army responds, 75-yard drive with this 11-yard run. tied at 7. under 5:00 to may. armup 13-10. navy quarterback, scores. threw for 130, ran for 47. last call for army. on the 14-yardline, minute to go. but dixon fumbles on the exchange, and midshipmen re
out there. he has given great effort. >> raider season, suffered their sixth straight loss. carson palmer has done what he can. and looking to the future. it's not what the raiders expected when they got him last season. including this one inside the five-yard line against denver. carson can't do it alone and there is a lot of dropped balls. with three games left, looking forward to next season and take to look at tyrel pryor. >> we have had package of place to get him in the game. the some point we'll get him in the game and have a package of plays for him to run. >> it would be interesting. coming up de lasalle trying to win another state title. >> ama: thank you, shu. still to come, we have a story about a cool piece of memorabilia going up for auction. >> turbine speed.... >> bat mobile could be yours. >> ama: coming up at 11:00, they are known for bell ringers and buckets. one group wants the salvation army out. restaurant receipt that left a group of women in tears and could leave one waiter out of a job. >> several bat mobiles featured in movie and tv and there is only one o
's still up at the lake. >> oh, my goodness okay. >>reporter: paula lane soon taken to hospital in carson city. 36 miles away. she waited by the fire at southernson for the ambulance to arrive. >> if she gets worse in any way call us back medley for further instruction we have help coming to you. >> thank you very much. >> you are welcome. >>reporter: although paula lane was held at the hospital in carson city through the weekend doctors say most of her recovery will be emotional. george warren, abc 7 news. >> l tens of thousands of people have rallied behind a san francisco dog that could be ordered euthanizeed on wednesday. charlie accused of attacking injuring a u.s. park police officer and horse on august 6. animal care seized charlie. they named him too vish to us remain alive. judge will decide whether charlie will be put down. more than 90,000 people have signed an on line petition to try to save him. >> students and alumni university of california schools are protesting new logo adopted by the uc system. the original logo on the left. it has been in use since 1868 and w
carson has been working on the issue and we are anxious to hear more what we can do to help the efforts and be successful in the region. it's something that matters to us in addition to the security issues. there's incredible economic opportunity in the region of africa. economic opportunity for trade, partnership with u.s. businesses, but we have to get the stability there in order to take advantage of those tunltds. so again, i thank you the chairman for the hearing. i look forward to learning more what we can do to help the situation in the eastern drc. thank you. i yield back. -- he's assistant secretary of defense for international security affairs. the honorable johnny carson, assistant secretary of state for the bureau of african affairs. >> thank you, mr. chairman and ranking member smith and the member of the committee. thank you for the opportunity to discuss the urgent crisis in democratic republican of the congo to bring stability for the f rc in the renal. i would like submit the full statement for the report and offer brief opening remarks. >> both of your statements will
. >>> major injuries, major issues to both bay area nfl teams. raiders carson palmer for starters. 49ers were hit hard too. ,,,, oh, you have a keurig vue brewer? oh, it's great! now i can brew my coffee just the way i love it. how do you do that? well, inside the brewer, there's this train that's powerful enough to carry more coffee and fresh water to make coffee that's stronger and bigger... and even hotter! actually, i just press this button. brew the coffee you love -- stronger, bigger, or hotter -- players... we got a minute, start the clock >>> the bay area pro football team lost more than what they gained yesterday. how about the players? we got a minute. start the clock. as a result of the play, last night the big whiteout, reportedly out for the season after an mri revealed a torn acl and pcl in his left knee. wow! from back to the raiders. quarterback carson palmer's season is over. he suffers cracked ribs with a bruised lung from that hit from the panthers. either matt liner or terrell pryer will start on sunday at san diego. hawaii bowl today. devante adams. how does he hang on? t
on that one-game win streak today in carolina but the panthers have something to say. and carson palmer, hit in the first quarter. knocked him out of the game and it was downhill from there. we have your >> mike: the raiders came away from the 2012 season to end as they can't buy a break. this will be one of the most incompetent years in franchise history, evident in their loss in carolina. not much to cheer about. cam newton threw for 127 yards. 7-0 carolina. this was a physical game. carson palmer getting crushed. flag thrown for unnecessary roughness. palmer left the game. did not return, with a rib injury. league will hand out fines. >> the kick, a scuffle starts, refs missed the kick. >> matt leinart had 115-yard and this one kicked, gave the panthers their only other chowb of the game. newton's three-yard run. raiders fall to 4-11, 17-6 your file. >> colts at arrowhead stadium faying the chiefs. chiefs clinch with a win. i get tired just watching him. chiefs down 13-10. but andrew luck, broke cam newton's record for most passing bay rookie, 205 in this game. colts clinch a wild card pl
with 25 points. warriors win 96-89. they are now 20-and-10. >>> with no carson palmer this week for the raiders, who would get the call at quarterback? matt leinart wanted it but terrelle pryor got it. coach dennis allen made the call to go with pryor. this will be his second nfl start. it's an audition, if you will, and auditions can be scary. terrell, nervous? >> yeah. i'll be nervous. i even talked to carson a little bit. i'm a little nervous. he said, you know what? i'm nervous every game until the first play is over. you know, you're human. you're supposed to. when i heard that, it kind of reminds me, back in college days, i was nervous every day, until the first play, too. like i said, i'm nervous but i'm also -- i'm ready. >>> niners, justin smith update. he will miss his second straight game because of a torn tricep. he was injured september 16. when reporters asked if he would be ready for i the postseason, smith said -- for the postseason, smith said, yeah, i'll be ready to roll. >>> time now for your friday night top five. 5, it's the nuggets and mavericks. andre iguo
carson palmer split right. pryor takes the right. palmer passes it back to pryor. pryor goes back to the bench and the 49ers end up punting. carson palmer became just the second raider ever to throw for 4,000 yards. then carolina makes a palmer sandwich. panthers greg hardy flagged for roughing. that was on his last play of the day. here comes palmer the master of the pass. 90 seconds before halftime, he throws for bernard. the late al davis wondering what ever happened to the deep ball? so that gives carolina enough time to score. carolina in for a touchdown. newton ran for 60 yards on his own. raiders forced two turnovers after an intersection. they thought they scored a touchdown but no. the raiders have not scored a touchdown in eight straight quarters. they will finish this forgettable season sunday in san diego. carson palmer status still uncertain for that one. >>> new york giants can testify it is not easy to repeat a super bowl championship. the raiders put -- the ravens put up 533 yards of offense against the giants. rice scores a 35-yarder. they cling to very slim pl
later, you're sitting next to johnny carson. >> yeah that was cool. that was really cool. >> i have a feeling after your shot on this show tonight, you're going to be working a lot outside of the comedy store. >> thank you. >> come back. >> i would love to. thank you very much. >> carson meant what to you? >> well, for a person in that situation, he meant everything. i mean it wasn't like it is now. the door to being a stand-up comedy or television success was "the tonight show," the curtains through which you passed to be on "the tonight show." and he meant everything to me he meant everything to everybody else who was out there doing stand-up. >> the most powerful influence on your life you think? first for that reason -- >> yes yes. >> and second because he was the gold standard. >> mm-hmm yes, the most powerful influence, certainly professionally. >> soon after his first "tonight show" appearance in 1978 david letterman was turning up all over the dial. and within two years landed a show of his own, weekday mornings on nbc. >> would you like a tissue? >>
secretary ambassador carson and other witnesses are offering testimony to today's hearing. i would like to commend many of you sitting in the audience for your tireless work towards peace and justice for those affected by the past and current crisis. the concerns have been heard and the committee will elevate the status of drc supersedes the international attention needed to bring about lasting peace and stability. myself, members of the committee and colleagues in the senate are deeply concerned with omicron reports of human rights violations, recruitment of child soldiers and the involvement of drc's been eastern region. which is just scraping for the international community to work on common interest towards the resolution of a crisis that goes well beyond and 23 spirit we must not look at the current crisis in some civil, political or military vacuum. credible commitments to long-standing stability to take hold by your stick transparent and accountable processes be put in place that can address reforms at all levels. i went to be clear on this point. if we are to cnn to the the viol
secretary ambassador carson and our other witnesses for offering testimony at today's hearing. i would also like to commend many of you sitting in the audience for your tireless work toward peace and justice for those affected by the past and current crises. your concerns have been heard, and this committee will continue to elevate the status of the drc so it received the international attention needed to bring about lasting peace and stability. myself, members of this committee and our colleagues in the senate are deeply concerned with on-the-ground reports of human rights violations, forced rape, the recruitment of child soldiers and the involvement of drc's neighbors in the eastern region. i want to stress that there's great need for the international community to work if common interest toward the resolution of a crisis that goes well beyond the m23. we must not look at the current m23 crisis in some civil, political or military vacuum, for a credible, reasonable, and longstanding stability to take hold, i urge the transparent and accountable processes be put in place that can address r
football. and they thought the things to be great with a new coach but carson's palmer perhaps he is too old. and he is battered at 3-10. >> what we have to understand as players and coaches will have to look into the future. we are trying to go out and win and that is our job to go out and when. it is not an overnight process it is going to take some time to go out and win and get some of.. young guys. >> average, a look at dennis allen. you would say that look of that young guy. but when you're losing your senate that kid cannot coach a team. >> is not tempted t-and who doet know with this? >> and just how the young ladies give it right back to me la$7875. for marilyn d. quarterback. it is just pocket change for the skies but he will be in the lineup when the 49ers host miami on sunday. brandon mccarthy, this young man took this vicious line drive off of his head. while a pitcher for the oakland 80s.a he had a two-hour surgery and a slow recovery. as he received the most inspirational cov player from clementi award from the a's... with $15.5 million.. juan manuel marquez both w eightin
blamed. such is the case with carson palmer. some have been calling for tarell prior to get more action. the offensive coordinator says he plans to give pryor more snaps on sunday. he got 2 handoffs and this incomplete pass. >> when it's time for me to get a lot of reps and i get comfortable, i'll have success. i really truly believe that. >> the thing that i can say is that he continues to work. and he wants to be good. and i think as long as he's got that type of attitude and he's going to continue to work, there's a chance that he's going to develop. >> the raiders in carolina sunday then wrap up in san diego. >>> bowl season is officially here. tonight the poinsettia bowl byu and san diego. byu scored 3 touchdown s in a 6-minute span. this pick pd put the game on ice. byu denies the aztecs their first 10-win season ever. >>> kevin durant and the oklahoma city thunder, the league's hottest team, and here's the shot of the day. hangs on the top of the backboard and drops in. takes a couple of bounces, doink, doink, and then plop! goes right in. but the t-wolves had it going tonight
forward two panels. we have johnny carson and deputy assistant secretary to mali. we will hear from the regional director of the national democratic institute and then senior researcher in the african division of the human rights watch. and independent policy researcher. and vice president of the lobbying network for northern mali. they will be testifying via web cast to provide a firsthand web cast. i look forward to hearing from these two panels and turn to senator isakson. >> thank you, mr. chairman and i commend you for calling this hearing. you and i traveled about a year and a half ago. and there are a lot of democracies. we saw what happened when we had free democratic elections and transition of power. and our interest here today is to explore ways the united states can be of help to bring about free and fair elections and return all of mali back to a democraticically represented country has it has been in the last 20 years until the coup which caused the current problems of the the united states has played a significant role in africa in many areas where there were problems
: elizabeth, amazingly paula lane is expected to survive in the hospital in carson city. her doctors says he is not sure how much longer she would have survived in the snow. [ woman crying ] >> gave her the biggest kiss that i could without hurting her. >> reporter: linda says it's a miracle her sister survived. paula lane spent 6 nights stranded in the elements surviving on snow and tomatoes. >> my sister may be little, but she's mighty. she's a survivor and she loves life. >> reporter: last thursday she and her boyfriend rod were on the way back to nevada from citrus heights. their jeep got stuck in the snow. rod left to find help but never returned. a day later paula went looking, too. >> it's been awful waiting all those days trying know if she made it or not. >> reporter: rod didn't survive. and time was running out for paula. last night, paula's family told her twin sons their mother may not be coming home. but shortly after that, her brother found paula in the snowy wilderness. >> when that call came from my brother, it was a miracle. >> reporter: incredibly, paula not only survived b
to be released from the hospital early next week. her family says she wants to tell her story. in carson city, cbs 5. >>> bay area crabbers are still on strike and say they were not happy today when they spotted an out-of-towner come sailing into the bay with a boatload of crab. this is a live look at the boat at pier 45. local crabbers refused to go out because of a dispute over the price of crab. fishermen were getting $3 a pound at the start of the season. demand went down after thanksgiving, so wholesalers wanted to drop the price to as low as $1.80. things got heated when a boat came in from oregon with a catch. >> i tried to keep the wheel turning, tried to keep everything going. >> you gotta go -- nobody is making money. >> negotiations are still going on, but for now, local fish markets and grocery stores are quickly running out of crab. >>> we have developing news in san jose tonight where firefighters are trying to find the source of smoke that's been billowing from a strip mall that houses a number of restaurant, including a panda express. this is near the corner of san felipe. no
taken to hospital in carson city. 36 miles away. she waited by the fire at southernson for the ambulance to arrive. >> if she gets worse in any way call us back medley for further instruction we have help coming to you. >> thank you very much. >> you are welcome. >>reporter: although paula lane was held at the hospital in carson city through the weekend doctors say most of her recovery will be emotional. george warren, abc 7 news. >> l tens of thousands of people have rallied behind a san francisco dog that could be ordered euthanizeed on wednesday. charlie accused of attacking injuring a u.s. park police officer and horse on august 6. animal care seized charlie. they named him too vish to us remain alive. judge will decide whether charlie will be put down. more than 90,000 people have signed an on line petition to try to save him. >> students and alumni university of california schools are protesting new logo adopted by the uc system. the original logo on the left. it has been in use since 1868 and will remain on all official documents. the new logo was creat
goodness okay. >>reporter: paula lane soon taken to hospital in carson city. 36 miles away. she waited by the fire at southernson for the ambulance to arrive. >> if she gets worse in any way call us back medley for further instruction we have help coming to you. >> thank you very much. >> you are welcome. >>reporter: although paula lane was held at the hospital in carson city through thed docy weekend doctors say most of her recovery will be emotional. george warren, abc 7 news. >> l tens of thousands of people have rallied behind a san francisco that could be ordered euthanizeed on wednesday. charlie accused of attacking injuring a u.s. park police officer and horse on august 6. animal care seized charlie. they named him too vish to us remain alive. judge will decide whether charlie will be put down. more than 90,000 people have signed an on line petition to try to save him. >> students and alumni university of california schools are protesting new logo adopted by the uc system. the original logo on the left. it has been in use since 1868 and wi remain on all official documen
look forward to your questions. >> thank you very much, secretary carson. mr. chairman, ranking member smith, members of the committee, thank you very much for the invitation to testify today on the crisis unfolding in the eastern democratic republic of the condo, also referred to as the drc. the security and humanitarian situation of the drc is the most volatile and pilots in africa today. an estimated 5 million people have lost their lives since 1998 and millions more have been uprooted in its place. the current crisis is simply the latest iteration. the rapid fall of goma last month to the condoleezza rebel group known as the m23 provided a stark reminder -- to the condoleezza rebel group. -- congolese rebel group. at the highest levels of united states government, we are committed to helping the drc and its neighbors in this cycle of violence and instability so we do not find ourselves back -- so that we do not find ourselves in another three years with another crisis in the vrsc. the secretary clinton, ambassador riesch, undersecretary for political affairs and ambassador windy sh
on this viscious hit. the season is also over for carson palmer the raiders quarterback suffered multiple cracked ribs and a bruised lung on this hit in the raiders loss to the panthers yesterday this incredible injury was a torn a c l. the season is over for the 49ers third leading receiver and also carson palmer arwith this raiders lost to the panthers yesterday it is painful to watch know that leashad some incredible injuries with broken ribs. who is going to replace? terrell prior. coach? >> we are not really ready to make that decision but our plan is to work both of them this week. and who will see of practice it goes. and the indianapolis head coach has been away for the last three months. with a battle of leukemia. that cleared the way for the return today. colts head coach chuck pagano returned to the team today after missing the last three months battling leukemia pagano is back sotvo it's not often you see the media give a head coach get a standing ovation at his monday press conference.but in the case it was the only reaction to have pagano took an indefinite leave on october 1st afte
. raiders down by nine in the third quarter. carson palmer trying to convert on third down, but -- >> poor carson. >> -- von miller comes around the edge and forces the fumble. broncos recover at the 2 yard line, and two plays later, knowshon moreno punches it in from a yard out to extend the broncos' lead. denver wins its eighth straight by a final of 26-13 with a 10-3 record. the broncos are currently the number two seed in the afc. >> they look good! you know who else looks good? >> who looks good, joe? >> the new york knicks! to the nba now, knicks on the road against defending champ miami heat. new york is of course without carmelo anthony. raymond felton for tyson chandler, there for the finish. five seconds left in the half, felton hits the three-pointer, this one going in. at halftime it was tied. but in the third quarter, knicks started to pull away. felton finds room behind the arc and knocks down the jumper from three again. the knicks hit 18 three-pointers in the game and blow out the defending champions and lebron, 112-92. knicks have won five straight in a row, have the best
in congo. i would particularly point out for special commendation ambassador johnnie carson and ambassador susan rice at the u.n. i'm particularly saddened by the personal attacks you've seen against ambassador rice in the blogosphere over the last couple of weeks over issues related to the congo. the washington shark cage has been fully activated, and because some people see blood in the water, but knowing johnny and susan and working with them for over the past 16 years i can tell you from personal expense they worked tirelessly for peace in the great lakes. reason the people, however, can disagree over tactics in over strategy. and it is in that spirit that it deliver my testimony today. i'm going to focus my remarks on issues related to the congolese peace process. throughout the latest of congolese congregation and previous conflict there, the root causes of war have not been addressed. leaving these peace processes, and -- to focus on flimsy power-sharing deals and arrangements that have undermined the sovereignty of the congolese state, professionalism and neutrality of the forces.
could make a critical difference. i know secretary carson has been working on the issues and others have as well and we're interested to hear more about what we can do to help move forward those efforts and imsuccessful. this is something that does matter to us in addition to the security issues there's incredible economic opportunity in this region of africa. economic opportunity for trade, partnerships with u.s. businesses but we have to get the stability there in order to take advantage of those opportunities. so again i thank the chairman for having this hearing. i look forward to the testimony and learning what more we can do to help the situation in the eastern drc. thank you. i yield back. >> thank you. we will have two panels today. the first panel we have the honorable derek chalet from the department of defense. he is oost assistant secretary of defense for international security affairs. the honorable johnny carson. assistant secretary of state for the bureau of african affairs. >> thank you for the opportunity to discuss the urgent crisis and the strug toll bring about long-t
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's cross again. >> charles: is he assuming the harry carson role? >> gus: looks like they have something in their hands. no, they don't. yes, they do. ice water. that will be a tough one for coach bielema. >> charles: that's just not right. >> gus: the handoff to imani. touchdown. >> charles: freshman from georgia. bright future. that's a big good-looking running back there. i think he will give them more than just short yardage runs. i think he will be one of the complete backs. >> gus: 70-30. extra point good. 51 seconds remaining. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> gus: big night for the wisconsin badgers football program. big night for that young man. here's tonight kay jewelers diamond moment of the game. montee ball. >> charles: runs out of the tackle and finishes it. his running backs coach preaches all the time finish your run. montee ball does just that. >> gus: a knee in the end zone once again. with 51 seconds to go, wisconsin comes on the field and they will take a knee and run this one out. and set their sights on the rose bowl. back-to-back big ten champions. coach bielema finally getting the
finally gets into the end zone, carson palmer to streeter. a 64-yard strike. the lead is down to three. with darren mcfadden still out with an injury, palmer threw 54 times for 351 yards and two two touchdowns but this pass is picked off. the rams went on a drive, richardson scores, 20-17 was the final. the raiders lose their fifth straight. they're now 3-9. >> an emotional win for kansas city today which beat carolina 27-21. the game was played one day after chiefs lineback baker javon belcher shot himself and his girlfriend. >> in golf, grandma -- graeme mcdowell won the world challenge. >> ama: omg, the text message is introducing... a new way to save on your prescriptions. it's the aarp medicarerx saver plus plan from unitedhealthcare. with this plan, you can get copays as low as a dollar through a preferred network pharmacy like walgreens -- where you'll find 8,000 convenient locations. best of all, this plan has the lowest part d premium in the united states -- only $15 a month. open enrollment ends december 7th. so call today or visit your local walgreens. >> ama: coming up at 6
. quarterback threw for a career high of 364 yards, finds josh gordon. oakland gets into the end zone. carson palmer to rod streeter, e lead is down to three. they were going for a tying field goal but he under throws and it is picked off. browns ate up the clock with a long drive, richardson scores. raiders still lose their fifth straight, 20-17. the coach says palmer's pick was a real killer. >> we can't turn the ball over like that. we got all the momentum. we are moving the ball. we can't have that self-inflicted wound right there we need to get rid of it. we can't make that mistake. >> former stanford star andrew luck continues his superb season. colts rally to beat detroit 35-33. >>> it's now officially, stanford will take on wisconsin in the rose bowl january 1st. meanwhile, san jose state which is ranked 24th in the polls will take on bowling green in the military bowl 27th in washington, d.c. >> in college hoops the stanford men placed host to denver. cardinals jumped out to a 15-point lead. here is 2 of his 19 points. christian sanders and puts it in between three defenders. stanfor
the talk, she bounces on stage to jump-start the q&a. less charlie rose and more carson daly. >> san francisco is consistently ranked as one of the most literate cities in the united states. multiple reading events are happening every night of the year, competing against a big names like city arts and lectures. radar was voted the winner of these san francisco contest. after two decades of working for free, michelle is able to make radar her full-time job. >> i am a right to myself, but i feel like my work in this world is eagerly to bring writers together and to produce literary events. if i was only doing my own work, i would not be happy. it is, like throwing a party or a dinner party. i can match that person with that person. it is really fun for me. it is nerve wracking during the actual readings. i hope everyone is good. i hope the audience likes them. i hope everybody shows up. but everything works out. at the end of the reading, everyone is happy. ♪ >> hello, i am with the recreation and parks department. we are featuring the romantic park location in your backyard. this is
-3 at the half. 13-3. carson palmer, getting the 64 yard touchdown. the raiders earn it. down then-10. the 4th quarter, down by 3. the browns, in trouble. palmer going for the win. it is picked off by brown, a huge momentum killer for the raiders, then, the browns put it away. 3.5 left. getting it to make it 20-10. they scored a late touchdown. too little too late. oakland is now 3-9. >> we can not turn the ball over right there we have all of the momentum. moving the ball. and, and we can't -- we can't have that self-inflicted wound right there. you know, if it is not there we have to get rid of it. can not make that mistake. >> take the shot out there. going for the touchdown quickly. just did not put the ball in the right spot. did not make the play on the ball. >>> after the game, the raider coach left to be with his ailing father in texas. it is not known when he will return. david shaw is our special guest on "game day". >> good news for the world of football for that. >> yes. college. >> yes. "60 minutes" is next. see you tonight. good night ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, captioning funded by cbs
to nothing cleveland. down just 13-10. carson palmer looking for the win, picked off by sheldon brown. browns win 20-17, raiders lose their fifth straight game. all right. i've got to ask you, 49ers, both their quarterbacks have things to add mire about them, so who's going to be their quarter back. >> you never go back. remember in high school, you had the boyfriend, and there were times you wanted to go back? he said never go back, and look where you are now. >> we'll give it more time on at 11:30. >> in other words ,,,,
a five-game losing streak. they should get a boost from darrin mcfaden. carson palmer knows exactly how important mcfaden is. >> he is back. i can't wait to watch him. he brings a chance for marcell to get some rest. marcell has been getting a ton of reps. and obviously an explosive element to the game that he has unlike many other players in this league. >> being able to get down there and get down field. >> i am very excited. >> want to see darrin mcfaden and that burst again. he knows about the glory days. they got a lesson on present day hoops. lavin born in the city went to sir frass sis drake -- st. francis drake. dons by three at the break. he took over in the second half and the lost start of the bounce pass. in transition to dirksen and then a john stockton-like 18 points and career high 14 assists. the dons victorious. and they are now 5-1. maybe you have seen this funny clip of jim harbaugh making the rounds on the internet from 1996. harbaugh on an episode of "saved by the bell." >> you know, people think i am a hero because i can throw a football, but i wouldn't be anything
. they should get a boost from darrin mcfaden. carson palmer knows exactly how important mcfaden is. >> he is back. i can't wait to watch him. he brings a chance for marcell to get some rest. marcell has been getting a ton of reps. and obviously an explosive element to the game that he has unlike many other players in this league. >> being able to get down there and get down field. >> i am very excited.
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